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From: Casey Schaufler <casey@schaufler-ca.com>
To: Tilman Baumann <tilman.baumann@collax.com>
Cc: Linux-Kernel <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>,
	linux-security-module@vger.kernel.org
Subject: Re: SMACK netfilter smacklabel socket match
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 16:03:11 -0800	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <494058BF.9010801@schaufler-ca.com> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <4909DB7A.7040209@collax.com>

Tilman Baumann wrote:
>
>
> Casey Schaufler wrote:
>> Tilman Baumann wrote:
>>>> If you're up to trying out something that you know is going to get
>>>> rewhacked before it goes in anywhere let me know.
>>>
>>> Sure. I will be happy to use that.
>>> Just tell me where to find it and how to use it and what I should 
>>> look out for.
>>>
>>
>> You'll need to start out with Paul Moore's testing tree:
>>
>> % git clone git://git.infradead.org/users/pcmoore/lblnet-2.6_testing
>>
>> Apply the attached patch (attachments are discouraged for review 
>> purposes,
>> but this is handier for this purpose) and compile.
>>
>> This is NOT production code. Again, we're hashing out the netlabel 
>> api and
>> we know that they are going to change. This is demo only. The amount of
>> testing it's gotten is really small.
>>
>> I have created a new system label "@", pronounced "at" and referred 
>> to as
>> the internet label. Processes cannot be assigned the internet label. A
>> subject with the internet label (as identified by a packet thus labeled)
>> can write to any object and any subject can write to an object thus 
>> labeled,
>> thereby explicitly blowing a hole in the Access Control Policy.
>>
>> Have fun, let me know what you hit next.
>
> Sorry for the long delay. I was annoyingly occupied with other things.

My turn!

>
> I just tried this out. But one thing makes me wonder if I had 
> understood what it should do.
> The syntax for /smack/slhost is IP[/MASK] LABEL.
> When I give one host (in my case generously 0.0.0.0/0 *g*) a label 
> what is the significance of the @ label?
> First I used the _ label here which had the effect that everything 
> seems  to work but labeled processes still produced labeled packet 
> which got slaughtered in different ways and degrees over the internet.
> If I gave my slhost the @ label my machine was offline and did not 
> even get pings out locally.
>
> I get the feeling I did not understand the concept yet.
> Sorry but if you don't mind giving me a hint...
>

OK, Paul and I knocked our heads together until we got the behavior and
interfaces ironed out if not to our mutual satisfaction at least to a
workable level. Paul's next tree:

    % git clone git://git.infradead.org/users/pcmoore/lblnet-2.6_next

has the current version. There are a couple interesting things going on.

    - /smack/nltype is gone. It never lived up to its promise and is no
      longer required to determine the labeling scheme.
    - /smack/netlabel replaces the earlier /smack/slhost because it better
      describes what it gets used for.
    - The "@" label (pronounced "web") has been added to the list of special
      labels. A packet with the web label will get delivered anywhere. A
      network address specified to have the web label can be written to by
      any process. Processes can not have the web label.
    - An incoming packet from an address in the netlabel list that has a 
CIPSO
      label attached will still use the label from the CIPSO packet.
    - An unlabeled packet coming from an address in the netlabel list 
will be
      given the label associated with that address.
    - A process that wants to send a packet to an address on the list needs
      write access to the label associated with that address. The packet 
will
      be sent unlabeled if it is allowed.

So, if I want my old Sony to be treated as a single-label host with the
label "Pop" I can say:

    # echo 192.168.1.102/32 Pop > /smack/netlabel

If I want the secondary network for my development machines to be 
single-label

    # echo 192.168.2.0/24 Snap > /smack/netlabel

And if I want everyone to be able to communicate with my spam server

    # echo 207.69.188.187 '@' > /smack/netlabel



  parent reply	other threads:[~2008-12-11  0:10 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 30+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2008-09-25 17:25 Tilman Baumann
2008-09-25 18:26 ` Paul Moore
2008-09-25 19:26   ` Tilman Baumann
2008-09-25 19:57     ` Paul Moore
2008-09-25 20:32       ` Tilman Baumann
2008-09-26 12:35   ` Tilman Baumann
2008-09-26 19:55     ` Paul Moore
2008-09-26  3:43 ` Casey Schaufler
2008-09-26  8:19   ` Tilman Baumann
2008-09-27  5:01     ` Casey Schaufler
2008-09-29 16:21       ` Tilman Baumann
2008-09-30  3:29         ` Casey Schaufler
2008-10-01 11:29           ` Tilman Baumann
2008-10-01 15:21             ` Casey Schaufler
2008-10-01 16:55               ` Tilman Baumann
2008-10-01 18:22                 ` Casey Schaufler
2008-10-06 12:57                   ` Tilman Baumann
2008-10-06 23:05                     ` Ahmed S. Darwish
2008-10-07  2:42                     ` Casey Schaufler
2008-10-17 16:57                       ` Tilman Baumann
2008-10-17 17:53                         ` Casey Schaufler
2008-10-20 12:06                           ` Tilman Baumann
2008-10-20 15:01                             ` Casey Schaufler
2008-10-22  3:36                             ` Casey Schaufler
2008-10-30 16:06                               ` Tilman Baumann
2008-10-31  3:46                                 ` Casey Schaufler
2008-12-11  0:03                                 ` Casey Schaufler [this message]
2008-12-11 10:18                                   ` Tilman Baumann
2008-12-11 16:29                                     ` Casey Schaufler
2008-10-23 11:55                           ` Paul Moore

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